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FFF’s LITTLE TROUBLE GIRLS goes TORINO FILM LAB!

Film director Urska Djukic started developing her feature fiction debut Little Trouble Girls during Goethe-Institut’s FIRST FILMS FIRST training program. She was also selected for Cinefondation Residence of Cannes FF with the same project. Now, Little Trouble Girls is among the ten selected projects for FeatureLab of Torino Film Lab. Congratulations!  ‘‘In the early 2000s, a …

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ANNOUNCING THE 6th GENERATION OF GOETHE-INSTITUT’S FIRST FILMS FIRST!

As always, it was very difficult to choose only 8 participants among 87 exciting applications of debut feature films from Southeast Europe. After thorough and long deliberation, our Jury Committee has reached the final decision. We proudly present you the 6th generation of Goethe-Institut’s FIRST FILMS FIRST participants and their projects: (in alphabetical order) AISHA …

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Results will be out on May 25th!

Dear filmmakers and colleagues, As Goethe-Institut\’s FIRST FILMS FIRST training program, we would like to ask for one more week of your patience before we announce the selected projects for our next edition. Results will be out on May 25th! Thanks a lot for your understanding.

Thank you for 87 applications!

We are so delighted to have received 87 applications for Goethe- Institut’s First Films First training program this year. We just can’t wait to discover new talents and cinematic voices from the South-East Europe region! The selection results will be out by May 30th!

SNOW AND THE BEAR swept the AWARDS @MEETINGS ON THE BRIDGE! 

Selcen Ergun’s debut project SNOW and the BEAR started the development journey four years go by receiving the Best Project Award at Meetings On The Bridge of Istanbul Film Festival. Afterward, the director developed her project via four modules of Goethe-Institut’s FIRST FILMS FIRST training program. In time, Snow and the Bear kept receiving numerous …

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FFF Project GLORY B goes BERLINALE TALENTS PROJECT MARKET!

Berlinale’21 has kicked off and we are so happy to have GLORY B among the selected projects as part of Berlinale Talents Project Market.  Director Konstantinos Antonopoulos is currently developing his feature-fiction debut as a participant of Goethe-Institut’s FIRST FILMS FIRST training program. Antonopoulos was amongst Berlinale Talents last year and this year GLORY B …

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ETERNITY PACKAGE by MAGDALENA ILIEVA goes THIS IS IT @WEMW, Trieste

We are so happy to go on sharing more good news one after another in 2021.  Goethe Institut’s FIRST FILMS FIRST training program’s alumna Magdalena Ilieva’s debut ETERNITY PACKAGE is one of the six projects selected for This is IT, a work in progress section exclusively dedicated to long feature fiction films and hybrid works …

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ŞTEFAN CONSTANTINESCU\’S debut goes WIP @ LES ARCS Co-Production Village

Man and Dog is the debut feature fiction by Ştefan Constantinescu who is an alumnus of Goethe-Institut’s FIRST FILMS FIRST training program where he developed his project. For the first time, Man and Dog will be presented online in the Work in Progress section of Les Arcs Co-Production Village from 20-22 January.  Man and Dog …

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Magdalena Ilieva’s ETERNITY PACKAGE wraps shooting!

We end 2020 with some great news! ETERNITY PACKAGE by Goethe-Institut\’s FIRST FILMS FIRST alumna Magdelena Ilieva has successfully wrapped the shooting and started post-production! We are happy to share with you some exciting photos from the shooting. The black comedy follows Bobby, an unforgiving funeral director who is a terminally ill woman’s last hope …

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